ROME HARTMAN

by Nov 29, 2005, 2:37 PM
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ROME HARTMAN (pictured), a producer for "60 Minutes" since 1991, has been named executive producer, "CBS Evening News With Bob Schieffer." Hartman will report to SEAN MCMANUS, president, CBS News and Sports, and serve as an advisor to him on other elements of organization and news gathering. Hartman succeeds JIM MURPHY, who led the broadcast for six years.


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